so the petcock on my new puch

looks a little different than others I've seen. hahaha.

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Those look like High flow race parts to me. LOL

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Agreed, thats definetly a high performance, high volume racing fitting. That should be good for an extra 5 mph.

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Rob @t ATTN! Burrito /

i love this. some of the shit i've seen is museum worthy- but in almost every case i can say i wish i was there that day when some one engineered these solutions.

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Yeah i didn't get a good look last night when I got it from one of the worst neighborhoods in ft lauderdale. but whatever the bike was only 100 bucks.

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so. Anyone have any advice on how i should get it off? hahaha. I'm sure I can figure it out but before I do just wondering if there are any good ideas.

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does it leak? if not leave it :P

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I would rather have a functioning petcock. that doesn't look like a lawn mower has been fused with my moped. hahaha.

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derek from black pipes moped gang 🌧 /

First maxi I bought had the same ingenious solution. I just unscrewed it and it left no residue. Good luck.

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Rob @t ATTN! Burrito /

get an inline fule valve/petcock. i thought it already had one.

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I would get some more epoxy smooth it out and paint it. If it doesn't leak screw it. Get the valve like rob said and call it a done. This way you will always have something to laugh about.

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looks like there is already an in-line one ha. could try to cut it and thread it for a normal one but i dunno, it looks sort of off-center.. maybe grind n sand that blob smooth.

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if you can get a little acetone behind the epoxy that might loosen it up a bit. it will also eat through your paint and and any plastic or rubber so, careful.

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